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PhD in Pharmacology. Nuclear Receptors are my pet molecules and I look at them studying the relationships between nutritional messengers and gene expression. Twitter: @randogp


Aug
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reviewed No Action Needed How does one maintain balance sleepwalking?
Aug
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reviewed No Action Needed How does one maintain balance sleepwalking?
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Differences Between Protein Motifs and Protein Domains?
Jul
19
revised Will eukaryotic RNA fold in the same way in prokaryotes?
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Jul
16
reviewed Excellent Prenatal Marketing
Jul
16
reviewed Excellent Why does oxygen bind to hemoglobin in an specific angle?
Jul
16
reviewed Excellent Intracellular lipid transport
Jul
16
reviewed Satisfactory How do changes in temperature affect body weight in humans?
Jul
16
reviewed Excellent Deep diving in mammals
Jul
16
reviewed Satisfactory What is the best way to clean plastic flasks that have been used for cell cultures - is virkon a good idea?
Jul
16
reviewed Excellent By what mechanism is Streptococcus bovis acting as a risk factor for colorectal cancer?
Jul
16
reviewed Needs Improvement Meat and mushroom allergies, why are they so rare?
Jul
16
reviewed Needs Improvement Immunity during pregnancy
Jul
16
reviewed Satisfactory Is there a DNA test to identify dog mixes?
Jul
16
comment High Current (Speed) Transfer Buffer Recipe
I would look both into the MSDS sheet and, if any, the patent. They should help you to identify the components but not the recipe.
Jul
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on virus tag wiki excerpt
Jul
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Could someone recommend a book for surveying species?
Jul
12
comment Preparation of normal DNA polymerase
I guess this is still related to your DIY project, you should specify it, otherwise people will assume you are in a standard lab with full access to state of the art equipment. 'Normal' DNA polymerase is not thermostable. It will be inactivated at the first cycle of PCR, that's why most polymerase we currently use comes from organisms that live in very hot environments.
Jul
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is Hydrogen gas present in biogas, and does it spontaneously ignite?